when Amy Corbett, a short-term rental property owner, arrives at one of her apartments for a meeting, and notices that a painting has been replaced. Intrigued, she decided to tell the story on TikTok. “The weirdest thing just happened,” she said in the first video in the series, posted April 17. Since then, the content has been viewed by more than 7 million people.
Corbett showed how the apartment, located in the US, was advertised on Airbnb, with a painting of a world map hanging on the wall behind a sofa. However, when he went to the same apartment after the guest’s stay, he found a completely different art, the Flying Propeller Art. “I’ve never seen a painting like this before in my life. I have to say, I was a little scared,” she revealed in the video.
In another video posted days later, on April 20, Corbett responded to some of the doubts and theories that had arisen from users of the platform. She claimed to have contacted a host who had previously hosted the same client, but that the decor there had not changed.
Corbett also shared CCTV footage, which shows a person bringing a billboard into the building and then leaving with a large object under a sheet, placed in a car.
Although the mystery remains unsolved, she received monetary compensation from the guest after filing a complaint through Airbnb. to respond to from the insideThe platform said the customer was denied access to the site for violating the rules.
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